Music NFT summer is here.
Viral moments are being tokenized.
Independent artists are pushing boundaries.
The writing is on the wall - but one question remains.
It’s time for Music NFTs to have a viral moment.
With the space’s biggest drops right around the corner, it’s time to see if Music NFTs have what it takes to capture the attention of both NFT collectors and mainstream fans alike.
My take is we need NFT collectors before we get everyday fans.
Music NFT Summer is coming.
Despite a violent week in the wider crypto market, Music NFT projects are gearing up for their most ambitious mints to date.
Over the course of the next few weeks, we’re going to start to see if Music NFTs really have what it takes to weather a turbulent market.
I took to Twitter to find out - what will it take for the everyday NFT buyer to give Music NFTs a shot?
It was a rough week for Music NFTs.
Collector demand staggered with the cooldown of the rest of the NFT market.
Music NFTs are still waiting for that breakout moment, and until then - many top NFT collectors are still waiting on the sideline.
Music NFTs are seeing a steady increase in headlines, conversations, artists and collectors diving into web3’s fastest growing sector.
I’m working on a refresh of the Music NFT Landscape, and since it was published in January there are more than 50 new projects being added to the mix.
This week’s edition comes late on a Monday night fresh off Coachella.
Being immersed in the heart of music culture, it’s easy to see why this sector is so ripe for adoption.
At the end of the day - Music NFTs create connections among fans.
Our job is to empower those who make them, and to support those who see a future worth championing.
It’s Music NFT drop season.
As the sector seeks its inflection point, expect the drops to ramp up.
Whereas being early used to be most important, now it’s time for curation.
That means the best music, the best economics, and the best communities.
The Music NFT community is taking shape.
From IRL events at NFT LA to recurring digital social spaces - the growing sector is finding its roots.
While it was a slow week by headline standards, it’s evident that a rising generation of artists and collectors are starting to see the vision.
From mentions of Sound.xyz or Royal at every dinner to challenges from Crypto Twitter, the emerging sector is a consistent topic of discussion.
The trending topic on Crypto Twitter has everyone wondering why.
Whether it’s Diplo announcing his first Music NFT drop, Sound starting Season Two or a growing secondary market - the writing is on the wall.
Music NFTs are popping up IRL.
From ZORATOPIA at SXSW to AfterParty in Vegas this weekend, there’s a growing recognition of the role music is playing in web3 culture.
TK went viral for getting a bid during their set - planting a seed for how Music NFTs can interact with concerts in the future.
Welcome to This Week in Music NFTs!
This is your weekly recap of the intersection of web3 and music curated by yours truly, Coopahtroopa.
Here’s what to expect: